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About The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 12, 1903)
Howard W. Iddings
HERE AND THERE.
Leaped to Her Death.
Mrs. Clara Batchelder, wife of Geo.
If the conceit were taken out of
some men their friends would be un Batchelder of Lakeview, drowned
herself by jumping into Klamath
able to identify the remains.
The Missouri mule never goes out river from the bridge at Klama'h
on a strike. When he strikes it is Falls on Friday night. She had been
generally the other fellow who goes in ill heal li for several months and
had become deranged me .tally.
With her husband she arrived
As a rule women are more liberal
Thursday fiom California and stopped
than men. The wife who has a mind
there to vidt her parents, Mr. and
direr own is continually giving her
Mrs. P. Breitenstein. Being Lit alone
husband pieces of it.
in a room for a moment she escaped
In America alone30,000automobiles fr .m tiie house, but was soon followed
will be placed on the market during by her husband and brother. They
the present year, which will only sup- reached the bridge in time to hear the
; ly half the d< mind.
water splash as she leaped from the
A it r picnicking under a hayslack roiling. By the use of bolt* the »tody
a party of holiday makers r.eir Man- wa« rec ve»ed iu 50 minutes.
Mr-». Batchelder’s sickness, result
tauban, France, left an emp’y ginger
beer bottle standing upon the ground. ing in her rasli act, is thought to
have tepn largely due to brooding
The sun’s rays focussed through the over the death of her sister, Mrs. Wm.
glass and set the stack afire.
Nail, who committed suicide by
■ ? :
One hundred and sixty acres of In shooting tierself about a year ago.
dian land near Pendleton sold te
other day for $8000; and another farm Popular Sunday Excursions.
of 240 acres b ought $7200. (Ibviously
In order to n.eet the wants of the
the I matillas have a good thing and traveling public and give practically
can not he classed with Hie poor red i daily service to the beich during the
I surnn er-e »son the Coi villi« & East
ern Railioad will run an excursi» n
The State Fair at. Salem will be | train fr in Albany and Corvallis and
held September 14th to 19 h inclusive. | Cor vail :s and all points west Co New-
THE YOUNG MAN WHO WAS MURDERED NEAR WAGNER GAP The tenth annual district fair, which j [ort every Sundav, commencing Sun-
has heretofore been held at Roseburg, ; day, Ju y 12th; leaving Albany at. 7
a. m. and Corvallis at 7:30 a. m Re
w ll this year be held at Eugene, com turning, leave Newport at 5:30 p. tn.,
The parents of Dr. Howard W. Iddings, who are highly respected citi mencing ten days after the State arriving in Albany at 10:30 p. m.
zens of an Eastern city, are very anxious to apprehend the murderer of their Fair, September 29th, and continuing Three day and season t'ckets will be
good going and returning on these
son, and are industriously assisting the authorities to run down the guilty party. live days.
trains. This should prove popular
ivi iiiiicaj JM118, The above is a reproduction of an excellent photograph of the young man. He
Byron Burn«, the Grants Pass lad with the traveling public and a liberal
was 25 years of age, and a graduate of the Rush Medical College, Chicago.
who had his skull crushed as the re patronage will ire the best appre
Dr. Iddings was foully murdered during the month of April, in a lonely sult of being struck on the he d with ciation.
spot in Wagner Butte district, about 20 miles south of Medford. His remains, a baseball,Is much improved. Imme
together with some of his personal effects, were found June 14th.
diately after the accident the lad was
Anyone who can give Information concerning the movements of the brought to Portland and taken to the
young man while he was in Oregon, or saw him at any time, are requested to Good Samaritan hospital, where it
vn o>t VErKk>nv,Ux pI?JK*,AMI h»ve never before given my endórse
communicate with A. E. Reames, District Attorney, Jacksonville, Oregon.
was found necessary to remove a part
la» nt tor .inj lnedicnie, but Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Com-
of bis skull. Grave fears were enter
a'ldeJ.so.lu«!“h to my life and happiness that I feel like
tained for hi« recovery; but ills con
h iv > t?» 1 ’A,’Tllon 111 th!s ca**- >or two years every month I would
Mrs. C. W. Keene visited with Mrs.
vi hi .i' I‘I?; * i »eVere 1XHn and <-ould fi,ld no relief, but one day when
has improved to such an extent
J. S. Orth and Miss Dollie Ankeny
r a fi V I ru 1,at r"-?s.
E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Com-
instead of being completely
P. A. Hall has made Jacksonville two Thursday afternoon.
i’ S U- had ?"‘id H "U 1 the 1)631 rcsuIts and advised me to try it.
paralyzed, he can move tris arms at
K woIked "onders with me; I now experience no pain ’and
Miss Carrie Umphlett and her will, and it Is now expected that he
only ha»l to use a few bottles to bring about this wonderful change. I
John Bohl, who lives near Jackson brother Stanley, of Grants Pass, are will recover.
\Lr K P^vaMonallv now when I am exceptionally tired or worn out.”— ville, was in town Wednesday.
sojourning at Colestin.
Mrsa A lice M. 8 mitii , 804 TTiird Ave., South Min-.eapolts, Minn., Chair
Pursuant to an opinion recently
Beeson Bros, and Fred Kapp of given by Attorney-General Crawford,
man Executive Committee Minneapolis Study Hub.
LLL Beauty and strength in women vanish earlv in life because of with Mrs. J. R Reames of Talent pre Talent precinct spent several hours in holding the act passed by the last
legislature inv-ilid as to the sale of
and ms ; their
Wm. Messal, of Salt Creek district,
school lands, fir the rea-on that it
tabl« < ompound helps women preserve roundness of form and one of our thrifty farmers, spent Wed
county, passed through the valley Fri was omitted fr m the title of the act,
U »»akes their entire female organism
Mrs. Fred Unra.th
day, on route to Portland.
healthy. It carries women safely through the various natural nesday in Medford.
and the b >ard was, therefore, free to
President ««wiutrj dub. Bent
cri>’m a,,d ls ,,IC S:‘,<viiartl of woman’s health.
Ike Wright, who is doing business at
1 he truth about this great medicine is told in the letters from Klamath Falls, has arrived in the val Mrs. E. Wilkinson, as also Mrs. T. fix, not less than $1.25 per acre, the
“After my first baby was bom I did not
J. Kenney of Jacksonville and her son
women being published in this paper constantly.
seem to regain my strength although the
ley for a short visit.
State Land Board made an order rais
Chris., went to Colestin Thursday.
doctor gave me a tonic which he consid
Mrs. C. Kleinschrodt, Morrison, ill., says: —
John Nelson, of Trail Creek, is haul J. A. Stover of the Roaring Gimlet ing the price of all school land to
ered very superior, but instead of getting
“ D ear M . bs
. . P inkhájc
......... . — • I have suffered ever ing lumber for the Iowa Lumber Co., was in Medford Thursday. He informs $2.50 per acre in accordance with the
better I grew weaker every day. My hus
a J sin££1 was t“irt?en years of age with my menses. and is doing well.
band insisted that I take Wine of Cardui
contemplation of the Legislature,
they were irregular and very painful. I
for a week and see what it would do for
it also decided t) raise thft price of ail
docton^l a great deal but received no lenefit.
Jos. McKee and his nephew, Geo i Pr»*ent-
me. I did take the medicine and was very
school lai d inside of temporary with
grateful to find my strength and health
“A friend-advised me to try Lydia E. aieKee, are in the valley on a short1 W. H. Parker, tho attorney, has en
slowly returning, in two weeks I was out
Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound, which I visit. They are now located in Baker tered the Lane Hospital at San Fran drawals for reservation purp jees to $."«
of bed and in a month I was able to take
did, and after taking a few l>ottles of it, I found county.
cisco, for an operation for bladder
up my usual duties.
I am very enthusi
Blue-print maps of anv township in
astic in its praise."
Ed. Whalen, who has been in the trouble.
Roseburg, Oregon, Land District,shows
”?I mtmation is now regular and without
A law suit over a valuable water ing all the vacant lands, for 50 cent
Wine of Cardui reinforces the organs
pain. I am enjoying better health than I have employ of the Iowa Lumber Co., and
generation for the ordeal of preg
for M'Tretime. ’
bis family, returned to Michigan this
nancy and childbirth. It prevents mis
from the U. S. Land Office, address
now is it possible for us to make it plainer week.
carriage. No woman who takes Wine
Title Guarantee & Loan Co., Rose
E» PinkhanTs VegetableCnm-
of Cardui need fear the coming of her
Chas. Stewart, representing Balfour, it, nowadays.
pound will positively help all sick women?
If Mrs. L’nrath had taken
Forest tires are raging in two locali
All women are constituted alike, rich and poor, , Guthrie & Co., of Portland, was in the
W ine of Cardui before her baby came
ties at present—one about two milts
. b ■ /-i -in » low,
all suffer from the same organic valley this year inspecting the grain
she would not have been weakened as
week held the semi-annual examination from the town of McCloud Calif., and
Surely, no one can wish to remain weak situation.
she was. Iler rapid recovery should
an»i sieklv. disco«rain'd with life and no hope for the future, when proof is so
this great remedy to every
the other at Camp 3, about tivem le-
J. T. Taylor, the popular treasurer
wnmistakui.le that Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound will corn
expectant mother. Wine of Cardui
mont.ily suLrring—ail womb and ovarian troubles, and all the ills peculiar of Josephine county, was on the north
regulates the menstrual flow.
Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Keene went to week fanned it to such a degree that
bound train Thursday, retu ning from
Cinnabar the forepart of the week. it now covers a lar>.e territory of
FORFEIT -f cannot forthwith produce the original letters and »Ignaturas ot
a visit to the springs.
*., which will prove their absolute genuineness.
Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass»
O. H. Budd, who has t>etn playing The former returned Wednesday even choi'-e timber land and is gaining
short-stop for the Grants P mh base ing; his wife will visit with Mrs. such a hold that It is a'most beyond
c o rol. Every available man was'
ball club during the past season, has I. Humason a few weeks.
CENTRAL POINT NOTES.
Wm Cook, who with M. M. Gault cal led on to go to lhe front ar.d do all |
spent last week with relatives in this left for his home in Minnesota.
in his power to che« k the spread of
Lieutenant Fries has b)eo visiting city.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Reynolds have proposes installing a foundry in Med the fitn.e». Tue McClo»id Ra!lr»ad
liis mother in ti»i« town for the last
Mrs. Wm. Sy Jow and daughter, been heard from by their son, George
Fire Depart m nt has added hundreds
Miss Nora, spvUt last week at They are in Sonoma county, Calif., but While absent he will purchase a
of feet of I ose to its force pumps, but
will probably continue their trip fur
Rev. N. 8. Holler» ft will preach in Colestin.
the fire is now beyo d the reach of
chinery for the iron works.
the Baptist church Sundiy morning
Mrs. B. F. Peart and Mr?. Chas. ther south.
this dt partment, and tie company is
Jeffers and children are camping al
Louis Huseman, of Montague, Cal.,
using a system if tack-filing, at.d is
given Wm. Clark, the well-known gin in a few days. A bigger quantity i eheoking the sp-ead.
M iss Mary Jacibs has returned
than ever before will be produced and
from Cole’s, where she has spent the
Mrs. K.C Morris is spending the horseman, a commission to buy a span
Chas. Nickell, U. S. Commissioner
the quality is first-class. This means
last seven months.
week with her daughter, Mrs. J. W. of Tybalt roadsters, weighing about
the District of Oregon, is 'ully
that many carloads will be marketed equipped
1200 pounds each.
to receive applications un-
Mrs. Morris went to Ashland Tues- Jacobs, at Ashland.
at good prices, as the crop of pears in - der the timber and stone, also home
day, to visit her daughter, Mrs. J. W.
Mrs. M. Elliott vi-jjtei her brother,
stead laws. Final proofs taken, and
food, duly digested. “Force,” a ready- many places is quite short.
Jacob», for a few days.
Thos. Kelsoe cf Eigle Point, Satur to-serve
all business connected with U. S. gov I TbeGrestest Expo»l lon»nd Livestock
wheat and barley food, adds
F. H. Schmitt, the pioneer merchant ernment lands transacted. Office with
Show on the Pacific Coast.
James Grieve started for Paisl-y,
no burden, but sustains, nourishes, in of Grants Pass, who has been selling
S outhern O regonian , Medford.
Class Racing every afternoon
Lake couoty, Wednesday morning, to
W. C. Lee ver’s hardware store is
vehicles, hardware, etc., has sold bis Phone 211.
Klamath county is behind nearly five stock of goods to L. A. Lucus & Son,
finished and he now has a very well-
vl-it the Stackel family.
$12,000 Cash Premiums
A State of Washington piper ssys
years od the payment of her warrants. dealers In harness, saddlery, etc., for considerable complaint is being heard
On Live Stock and Farm
Mr. Djfur, lawyer and mtner, of arranged establishment.
Foots Cieek, was in this place Tues
J. E. Buswell and W. 11. Patrick The treasurer on the 28th of June call merly of Medford, who will combine about the high marriage license law
All Exhibits Hauled Free over the
the different lines.
day on pt ifessionai business.
with their families are spending the
enacted by the last legislature of that
Sc ulhern Pacific.
October 14, 1898.
Prof. Judd, now of Ashland, will week on upper Rogue river.
M. Daemmer, who now resides on his slate. “It is a dirty »hame, to say
Reduced Transportation Rates on All
An amazing feature of Ringling ranch, situated a few milqs south of lhe least,” says tue paper, “to f rce a
Craotill A Rcbnett are having their
preach in tue Christian church next
’ wonderful circus is a com Jacksonville, was in town, accompa loving coui lc who denied themselves
store remodeled throughout, which
Sunday morning and evening.
Live Stock Auction Sale
will be a deJded improvement when pany of forty clowns, who keep the nied by his brother-in-law, S. Kranich. tobacio, chewing gum or who sat
Held In Connection with Fair.
Mrs. A. F. Amy and her sister, Mrs. finished.
audience in a constant whirl of laughter The latter is an excellent prospector around in the dark for a number of
Josenh Wright, will go to Dead In
CatnpItE Grounds Free, and Re
duced Rates on Campers's Tick
Lieut. A. A. Fries and wife, who by their odd conceits and grotesque aDd miner, who recently arrived from years to save oil, ar»d tr ed to wear
dian Soda SpriDg« for several days’
Montana, and he has already made a
ets. Come and Bring
have been visiting relatives and actions.
out as little furniture as possible,
friends here the past week, left for
when circumstances have forced them
Watermelons are being shipped from
For further information write
The enterprising firm of Caldwell &
1. B. Williams and wife started Portland Tuesday.
Grants Pass to northern markets by Howell, which is operating a planing together to have to walk up and
JW. D. Wisdom, Secretary
this morning (Wednesday) for their
the carload. Eisman Bros., T. P. I^e mill at Grants Pass, has installed a plunk down a five fur the privilege of
homestead claim on upper Rogue
DeWitt Is the Name.
and his sons and R. A N. Reymer factory on Williams Creek, where a doing, mit.d you, doing what G d and
river, to be gone some time.
man hive t» Id them was their duty.
When you goto buy Witch Hazel are the principal growers of melons in
large number of first-class chairs will Ji st think of the graft of it—$5 for
N. A. Jacobs rf Riverside, Calif., Salve look for the name D e W itt < n Josephine county.
box. The pure, unadulterated
be manufactured monthly. They will the p ivi ege of doing your duty.”
arrived in this place last Saturday every
Witch Hazel is used in making De
first-class in every way, and will,
and was the guest of his father until Witt's Witch Hazel, which is the best
doubt, command a ready sale.
Tuesday, when he left fur Medford.
salve In the woild for cuts, burn«,
Ooe Hundred Dollars re-
brühe«; boils, ecu ma apd piles. The on the home place,located near Central
S. J. Wayment, who is engaged in ward fur any case i f Catarih that can-
Mr. G>a«s of 1 able R x-k is thresh popularity
of DeWitt’s Witch Hazel Point, was a good one, notwithstanding transporting lumber manufactured in n tbj cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
ing in the Be«ll neighborhood at this Saive, due to its many cureg, lias
the unfavorable season, yielding about Pleasant creek district to Woodville,
F. J. CHENEY& CO , Toledo, O.
• time. The Beall Bro«.’ wj eat crop causel numerous worthless counter
forty bushels to the acre.
was in Medford Sunday, accompanied
went forty bushel« to the acre, I am feits to be placed ou the marker. Toe
F. J. Cheney fi r the las*. 15 years, and
gpDulne bear« the name of E. C. De
Assessor Jones has been granted un by his v»ife. He has contracted for the r elieve him perfectly In nurable in all
Witt & C j ., Chicago. Sold by al) drug til the first Monday in October to fit)- big traction outfit operated by Messrs. business transactions and financially
Rev. Abbett preached In the M. E. gist.
ish the assessment roll for 1903. He Vawter, Davis and Pierce a few years to carry out any obligations made by
church last Sunday at 11 a m. Rev.
Of any Township in the
Lockhart preached In the evening. Reduced Summer Excursion
W est & T ruax , Wholesale Drug
Roseburg Land District.
ago, and assisted by Robt. Dow is the first of the month.
gist«, Toledo, O. W aldino , K innan
His subject was Infidelity and the
engaged in transcribing the result
Jesse R. Huggins died Friday morn & M arvin , Whilesale Druggists,
Bible, and he hand ed it very nicely.
'j he Denver & Rio Grande, popular
Prepared for Filing on Home
Central Point carpenters are all
Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken inter
Capt. J. P. Goodall, who commanded was brought a few days before in a pre nally, acting directly upon the blocd
stead or Timber Claims
bu«y at present. Mr. M».rehouse is ly known as the “Scenic L’ne of the
While at work in and mucous serfaces of the system.
assisting J. C. Barnard on bis new World,” has announced gieatly re the Yreka company of volunteers in carious condition.
HfTSpccial Attention given to
on Jack- Testimonials, Sent free, trice 75c.
Matters in Connection with
residence. Me srs. Symore ard Wil
per t ottle. Sold by alt Druggist-».
the U. 8. Laud Office.
liams are building an addition to Mr. Coast points ft r the benefit of teach still living near Jacksonville, aged 85 son Creek district, lately, he hurt his
Hall’s Family Pills are the best.
Gilmore’s bouse. Messrs. Wilson and I ers who will spend ihtir vacation in years. A number of the survivors of hand Blood poison developed rapidly,
e PHONE 416 o
Each us are getting Mr. Ro bn e it’s the East, and of delegates to all the that war are now looking him up for which, together with a weak heart,
buildings in shape. When complete* prominent C» nventions—N. E A., at p nsion testimony.
made his recovery extremely doubtful.
Marks Bld.,Roseburg, Or
the store room will be 50 by 60 feet, Boston: A. O. U. W , at St. Paul; B
J. M. Hurley, the expert manipula
Mr. Huggins was a veteran of the
two stories high.
Forty-five photographic views of Civil War, and one of tho pioneers of tor of harvesting machinery, will be
America at lndlauapjlis; Eajles, at
< n hand with a first-class threshing
in and about Crater Lake have Jackson county.
New Yoik; Mystic Shrine at Sarato
ou’tit, when the season opens. He
Geo. Belts and wifr of Beagle spent ga Springs: K. of P, al Louisville, just been received from San Francisco
spires no pains to please and does the
To Cure ■ Cold In One Day.
by W. E. Coman, general freight- and Take Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets. All best of work, a« the many who have
Tickets at the reduced rates will be
Joseph Riley and family of Antelope based upon ooe fare for the round trip, passenger for the Southern Pacific OrugglstH refund the money It It falls to cure patronized him before will bear wit
Grove's signature Is on each box. 26c.
ness. Address him at Central Point.
spent Sunday here.
but will De sold only on certain days. lines in Oregon. The pictures were
Gen. Given of Eagle Point was on
The Little Boys in Gray.
THE TRAVELING PUBLIC
ileges on the going trip, giving pas Southern Pacific. Prominent among
our streets Monday.
sengers an opportunity to visit Salt the views are four of Crater Lake.
Alpleasant feature of the summer
Will be glad to know that J. E.
Charles Pankey is furnishing this Lake City, Glenwood Springs, Colora
The costumes worn by the 1200 char
months in various cities of the north Kerley of Grants Pass, who keeps one
do Springs and Denver; and will be
market with fine fish.
vl lllv within
H I kill u II ninety
I Ut U J acters in the beautiful spectacular pro- west, our own town included, is the of the largest and best feed si able? In
return CL any J time
W. J. Freeman received a carload of (90) days. Passengers going via the ■ duction of “Jerusalem and the Cru
Southern Oregon, Is better prepared
Denver A Rio Grande are given the sades,” one of the many startling fea many boys who come home from the than evt r to accommodate all who
farm wagons on Monday.
privilege of returning via a different tures in Ringling Bros.’ World’s Great Hill Military Academy of Portland. come. He has recently added a big
S. H. Glass of Sam’s Valley is route
They are to be seen on the streets stud, so that it will not be necessary
threshing io this precinct.
For the rate to the point you wish est Shows, are bullded in correct de with their playmates, and In their to leave wigons in the yard or to
signs from the most costly fabrics,silks-
hitch up in the open any more. No
Mrs. N. P. Thompson of Ashland is to go, and for dates of sale and other satins,
particular!, as well as for illustrated
paying friends in this city a visit-.
with the gorgeous horse trappings, ar the natty gray uniform of the Hill Prices reasonable and satisfaction
and accoutrements, cost a fortune Military Academy, or the little gray guaranteed.
Rev. J. T. Abhett of A«h)and
124 Third St., Portland, Ore. alone.
preached at the M. E. church Sunday.
cap with gold letter.«, ' H. M. A.” on
it, or are busily engaged telling their
friendsand relatives of their pleasant
and Inspiring school days, they are a
For Infanta and Children.
joy to everybody intere ttd in the
growth of Doe young manhood in the
northwest. No better recommenda
tion for tt is tine military school in
Portland could be ghen than these
little boys and young men in gray.
DON’T STOP WORK
for a sprained Arm, Ankle or Back
Buy a Bottle of
Rub in well and
YOU ARE GOOD AS NE’W
IT HAS CURED OTHERS, IT WILLTCURE YOU.
Sutton's Snapshot, the wonderful destroyer of all forma of lnflamnatlonln man or beast
Ocand *1 per bottle. R. K. SUTTON, sole proprietor and manufacturenAahland, Oregon
For ale at City Drug Store. Jacksonville, and by Dr. J Hinkle.CentraPolnt.
«. 4' :-W >iWi.
Miss Alice M. Smith of Minneapolis,
Alinn., tells how womans monthly suffering
may be quickly and permanently relieved by
Lydia E« Pinkham's Vegetable Compound*
THE SCENIC LINE
Through Salt Lake City, Leadville, Pueblo, Colorado Springs
and Denver, and the Famous Rocky Mountain Scenery
by Daylight to all Points East.
3 Fast rains Daily Between Ogden and Denver 3
Modem Equipment, through Pullman and Tourist
Sleeping Cars and Superb Dining Car Service . .
rates, folders and other
W. C. McBRIDE, Gen. Agt.
124 Third St., PORTLAND, ORE,
you have headaches, tongue is coated, bad breath, bowels con
stipated, bad taste in the mouth ? If
not all of these symptoms,
then some of them? It’s
containing no mineral or
narcotic poisons. It will correct
any or all symptoms, make your health,
appetite and spirits good. At druggists, .50 cents.
For Sale at City Drug Store
38-55 HIGH POWER
pesters with Sin
smashing power. They can be reloaded with black powder as the twist of the rifle*
is adapted to both velocities.
THE MARLIN FIRE ARMS CO
NEW MAVEN. CONN.
FRANK E. ALLEY,
Weeks & Baker
Medford Furniture Co.,
Butler, Funeral Di
The Kind Too Have Always Bought rector. Day Phone
Main 353. Night
Phone Main 251.
Railway between the
Ct FEERS CHOICE OF THREE GATEWAYS
The Chicago-Portland Special, the
most luxurious train in the world.
Drawing-room sleeping cars, dining
car, buffet smoking and library car
(barber and bath). Less than three
days Portland to Chicago.
CHICAGO and POINTS EAST
Through Standard and Tourist Sleep
ing Cars da:ly between San Francisco
and Chicago via Los Angeles and
Through Tourist Sleeper each TUES
DAY from Portland to Chicago via
Salt Lake and Colorado Springs.
Through Standard Sleeping Cars
daily between Ogden and Chicago.
Lowest Rates in effect always avail
able via ‘ ROCK ISLAND SYSTEM.”
Reduced Round Trip Rates in effect
on July 12, 13, 15 and 16, and August
18, 19, 25 and 26; 90 days return limit.
Be sure to see that your ticket reads
to Chicago are operated daily via the
Oregon Railroad & Navigation
Company, Oregon Short Line Rail
road, Union Pacific Railroad and
Chicago & North-Western Railway
to Chicago from Portland and points
Daily and personally conducted ex
cursions in Pullman tourist sleepinc
cars from Portland, Los Angeles and
San Francisco, through to Chicago
Rock Island System.
R. R. RITCHIE.
Gen'l Agt.. St- Market St,
S an F ranc tsco. C al .
The Best and Most Reasonable Din
ing Car Service.
For rates, folders, etc., write to or
L. B. GORHAM, G. W. BAINTER,
Trav. Pass. Agt.
250 Alder St., Portland, Or.
A C. BARKER.
Geo 1 Agt.. 1S3 Third St,
P ortland . O ks .
Chicago & North-Western Ry.
SOUTH AND EAST
Southern Pacific Co.
i Ask 'Tlie Agent
— for —
---- VIA —
To SPOKANE, ST. PAUL,
CHIC AGO A ND ALL POINTS
Trains Daily 9
. .Fast Time. . £
New Equipment Throughout
Day Coaches, Palace and Tour
ist Sleepers, Dining and Buffet
Smoking Library Cars.
■ DAYLIGHT TRIP THROUGH
THE CASCADE AND
For Full Particulars, Rates, Folders,
etc., call on or address
J, Wl’HALON, H. DICKSON,
Trav. Pass. Agt. City Ticket Agt„
12S Third Street, Portland.
A. B. C. DENNISTON, G. W. P. A.,
«12 First Avenue, Seattle, Wash.
Trains leave Medford for Portland
and way stations at 4:21 a. m. and
5:52 p. tn.
Portland. ... i 8:30ami 8:3u pm
Medford......... 11:45 pm
Ashland......... ¡12:30 am 12:05 pm
Sacramento ..J 5:05 —
San Francisco. 7:55 pm
Ar Los Angeles.
Ar El Paso......... i 6:00 pm
Ar Fort Worth... 6.30 am
Ar City of Mexico. 11:30 am
Ar Houston......... 7:00 am
Ar New Orleans.. 6:30 pm
Ar Washington .. 6:42 pm
Ar New York ...J 12:10pm
On both trains. Chair cars Sacra
mento to El Paso, and tdurist cars
to New Orleans and Washington.
Connecting at San Francisco with
the several steamship lines for Hono
lulu, Japan, China, Philippines, Cen
tral and South America.
See agent at Medford station, or
W. E. COMAN, G F. & P. A.,